How to Use This Site
The images in the collection are digital surrogates of real archive items.
For the exhibition, twenty-five articles were selected from The New Republic newspaper and forty-five articles from The World Journal Vancouver.
To make the content useful for a wider audience, we translated the articles and the interviews. We have attempted to make the translations and transcripts as close as possible to the original texts. We used square brackets for necessary notes added by our editor or translator. If you have any questions or feel confused about the translations or transcripts, please refer to the original Chinese texts in the images. You are very welcome to send any questions to Ying Liu, the Asian Studies Librarian at University of Victoria, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use and Reproduction of Digital Materials
University of Victoria Libraries' Special Collections and University Archives provides digitized materials from their collections to support the teaching and research needs of the university community and partners.
Users may reproduce (print or download) items available at UVic Archives for research, teaching, or private study. With further questions, please contact the UVic Archives at email@example.com.
For items included in the exhibition but from other institutes, please reach the responsible institutes or check their terms of usage.
Citation of Digital Materials
UVic Libraries requests that materials reproduced from their digital collections are properly cited, regardless of use. Citation should include: title of the item; name of the Collection / fonds it belongs to; “University of Victoria Special Collections and University Archives"; “Glimpses into Chinese Immigration digital collection”; URL for the page the item was found; date the item was viewed.
"CCNC will file a class action lawsuit against the Ottawa for the Head Tax victims." World Journal Vancouver Newspaper fonds. University of Victoria Special Collections and University Archives. Glimpses into Chinese Immigration digital collection. https://exhibits.library.uvic.ca/spotlight/chinese-newspapers/catalog/13-17756 , May 16, 2020.